The Dharane Kalo Sungur pig is a hardy and long-lived breed of domesticated pig native to Bangladesh. One of the oldest native pig breeds in the country, it is estimated to have existed for thousands of years.

It is a medium-sized breed, with black and white markings ranging from a white snout to a black tail. Most specimens have short and tufted ears. The average live body weight of the mature pigs is around 100-150 kg.

Dharane Kalo Sungur pigs are prized for their passive and docile temperaments. They have a high tolerance for heat and humidity, making them well-suited to the tropical climate of Bangladesh. They show remarkable foraging efficiency and the ability to survive with very limited resources, making them one of the most hardy and sustainable breeds of pig.

Dharane Kalo Sungur pigs produce excellent quality meat and pork products. Their meat is tender with a slightly sweet taste, and their pork is lean and high in nutritional content. It is considered to be one of the top quality meats in the region and exported to other countries.

The Dharane Kalo Sungur is also known for its high fertility rate and large litter sizes. Sows can have litters of up to 10 piglets at a time, and can produce up to three litters a year. This makes them an invaluable asset for smallholder farmers in Bangladesh who rely on the pig industry to supplement their incomes.

Finally, the Dharane Kalo Sungur pig is an important cultural symbol in Bangladesh. It is symbolic of sustainability, hard work, and resilience, qualities that are highly valued by Bangladeshi people. As a result, the breed is held in high esteem by generations of farmers and smallholders in the country.